„After last summer’s great success, we’re following up: The new winter issue of Bleisure Traveller has just been published with an even larger selection of airports and lounges. In addition to new workation trends in companies, the focus is on a Singapore special and reports from New York to Porto and Innsbruck.”
Last summer, we presented Bleisure Traveller as a completely relaunched print magazine at airports and lounges in the DACH region – with a print run of 30,000 copies, which quickly sold out.
Now the winter issue, hot off the press, has been published again in German and English. This time with an even greater international presence: as last time, the magazine can be found in the gates and lounges of the airports in Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Düsseldorf and Vienna. In addition, this time we can also be found at the airports in Zurich, London and Paris as well as in Dubai and New York. Last but not least, the magazine can be downloaded from the online airline kiosk.
What it is about this time? Where are we travelling?
In the dossier of the new issue, we address the question of how well workation is already working in companies and spoke to many companies, employees, serviced apartment providers and tourism experts, including Deborah Rothe, head of the world’s largest travel trade fair ITB.
Our team was on the road in Singapore with a major special on workation opportunities in Sentosa, as well as in Porto and Rome, at Ski & Work in Innsbruck and St. Moritz and for pure bleisure in New York. We also made a deep dive into the trend of co-working for women and once again tested bonus programmes.
For our well-known column “My life as a Bleisure Traveller”, we spoke to music star Thomas Anders, who has been jetting around the globe since his time with Modern Talking, about his travel and work habits.
“We are delighted that the topics of bleisure, workation and remote work are being lived with growing professionalism in the business travel sector and that our magazine can make its contribution here – with the beautiful sides of New Work,” say editors Kai Böcking and Sylvie Konzack. The next issue will be published in August 2024.
If you would like to receive the current winter issue as well as last year’s summer issue, please contact: email@example.com
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